Tag - pediatric cancer

Hanging ribbons and sharing stories of childhood cancer

Patients at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia and their families hung gold ribbons around trees lining the breezeway Friday. The gold ribbon represents childhood cancer. Ribbons could be hung to honor a child’s life or in memory of a child who did...

His Hands on Earth: Pressing On to end childhood cancer

“When Patrick Chance smiles, you can’t help but root for him.” That first sentence, positioned right below the smiling face of Patrick Chance himself, introduced readers to a courageous little boy who had a big impact on all who knew him and also to...

Childhood cancer survivor gives back

Hunter Piper was told he had just two weeks to live when he was in second grade. This Saturday, the 17-year-old high school senior is collecting donations of games, crafts, movies, toys and other items for the Children’s Hospital of Georgia...

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